Visually, Bulletproof looks good for a PSP game, though nothing about the game really stands out. Keeping with the game’s theme, Bulletproof uses a pallete of mostly dark colors and blacks. While it does help to build atmosphere, it also makes it hard to keep up with certain details – especially when trying to find certain locations on a map. There were one or two times where I had to feel my way down a wall in order to find the door. Other than that, character models are a little more detailed than you would expect. Animations are smooth, especially when pulling off counter-kill moves, which is even accompanied by a neat slow-mo transition screen.
I’m not the biggest fan of rap in general, so I wasn’t expecting to enjoy the game’s score as much as I did. The visuals and gameplay might have their flaws, but you know a game tied to a musician is going to have great music. Bulletproof features an insane 160+ tracks, all of which fit with the game’s atmosphere. You even get some good voice work from 50 himself, along with Dr. Dre and Eminem.